How do credit card companies make profit?

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Lesson Overview

This ESL lesson plan  They will explore the concept of borrowing as necessary for establishing a credit history, which in turn facilitates home ownership and other financial goals.  In particular the role of connected devices  within smart cities and it’s impact on people with disability particularly the visually impaired.  or could not have on our health. The ESL lesson is based on the video  Sneaky Ways Credit Cards Get You to Spend More Money.

It focus on practicing key skills related to listening, speaking, collaboration and critical thinking.  You will need at least 90 minutes to complete this lesson, if used as a flipped ESL lesson. However, lesson can run up to 3 hours ( consider two  90-minute lessons or for university teachers adjust as needed).

While targeting intermediate and upper-intermediate language learners of English, it is highly adaptable as it have been purposely designed to faciliate mixed-levelled classes. This includes in a tertiary institution such as a university or within a professional environment, targeting professionals.

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